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She had the contacts and the know-how. He had the perfect venue and the capital. Kim Hanks (then Gerlovich) tells how she pooled resources with Whit Hanks with the idea of becoming the top wedding-planning outfit in Dripping Springs—the “wedding capital” of Texas. One ceremony she hadn’t planned on: her own. Cue the chapel bells. The business partners became a couple and married in 2014.
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By collecting data from millions of acres of farmland, a California startup wants to help farmers make smarter business decisions.
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Two San Francisco-based startups, RelayRides and Getaround, have teamed up to create a new kind of car-rental company -- one that allows car owners to rent out their vehicles.
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JEREMY QUITTNER FOR AARON HAGEMAN, chief executive of Delivery Drivers of Orange County, Calif., the welter of federal and state regulations concerning who qualifies as an independent contractor has become an expensive sticking point. Consider this
The San Francisco-based startup picks up unpackaged items from customers, boxes them and ships them through major carriers and the USPS.
AngelPad helps RolePoint, an online recruitment platform, think bigger.
Ad agency Dixon Schwabl offers both formal and informal education inside an employee-centric company.
A stolen jacket leads to a big business for an Indiana University grad.
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KitchenCru in Portland, Ore. is a palatable option for food businesses.
Each chose different routes to funding, but the end result was the same: success.
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